Monthly Archives: July 2016

Here’s How to Deal When a Wedding Vendor Bails

By |July 31st, 2016|

Not to give you more wedding nightmares, but the truth is that sometimes you’ll hire someone and they won’t hold up their end of the deal. It could happen for lots of reasons and to any kind of vendor — maybe they had a family emergency, got very sick, or the business went bankrupt. Or, […]

These are the Basics of Being a Groomsman

By |July 28th, 2016|

It’s been called the “easiest job in the wedding,” and though it’s not as demanding as being a bridesmaid, being a groomsman comes with its fair share of responsibilities. Read on for the ultimate groomsman’s to-do list.

Pay for your tux or suit. This should be a no-brainer, but be sure to do it on time, […]

Here are 12 Things Grooms REALLY Think About Wedding Planning

By |July 27th, 2016|

You’re getting married! While you’re looking forward to the party (and spending the rest of your days with the love of your life, of course), you know you’re in for several bumpy months before you get to the fun part. The next year or so will be full of questions about which paper to use […]

Here is the Playlist that Will Get Any Groom Pumped for the Big Day

By |July 26th, 2016|

While the man of the hour and his crew may not be getting blowouts over bellinis the morning of the big day, they still need a playlist to get them pumped for the walk down the aisle!Here are fifteen jams the whole groom’s gang is sure to love:1. “Sweet Child O’ Mine” by Guns N’ Roses

2. “Start Me […]

Meet the 11 Types of Groomsmen You’ll Find In Every Wedding Party

By |July 25th, 2016|

While every wedding party has its own personality, it seems that a few types of groomsmen pop up in every group. From the fun-loving dude to the super serious best man, no crew is complete without a couple of these guys in it.

Photo by Scrole Vision Photography

1. The best man who takes his job […]

Here Are 4 Reasons You Can Nix the Bouquet and Garter Toss—and What to Do Instead

By |July 21st, 2016|

There are some wedding traditions that seem totally fitting for the occasion of getting married, like the slow walk down the aisle and the first dance as newlyweds. There are others, however, that kind of make you scratch your head…For many couples, the bouquet and garter toss are a prime example of those “why-are-we-doing-this-again?” traditions. […]

Question You’re Married…Now What? 5 Ways to Handle the Post-Wedding Blues

By |July 20th, 2016|

Newly-married and feeling a little glum? That’s not unusual! The post-wedding blues are no joke: Plenty of brides feel down after the big day because all of the excitement around wedding planning has come and gone, and they no longer have an outlet for their energy and creativity.
If you’re looking for a post-wedding project to […]

Brides and Groom Ask How Much to Tip Your Wedding Vendors?

By |July 19th, 2016|

Tipping in the wedding industry isn’t mandatory, but as with any other service provider, it’s a generous gesture to give thanks for a job well done!When it comes to the big day, it’s customary to tip the waitstaff, bartenders, behind-the-scenes attendants (such as valets), and hair and makeup artists, but couples often choose to tip […]

Here Are 10 Things You Need to Do After Your Wedding Is Over

By |July 15th, 2016|

The first few weeks after your wedding, it will likely be all you can think about. You’ll be on a post-wedding high and won’t want to come down. Then one day you’ll suddenly realize that you’ve been married for six months…and there’s still a pile of extra wedding favors sitting on your kitchen table. Time […]

5 Things Couples Found That Change When You’re Married

By |July 13th, 2016|

You hear it all the time, in varying syn taxes and tones: Marriage changes everything. While it may seem a bit over-the-top to say that swapping vows modifies your relationship entirely, it is true that marriage does shift the dynamic quite a bit, from your feelings to even your day-to-day logistics.While the changes are probably […]